Over the past four decades the Chrysler New Yorker has had such a great amount of continuous success and popularity within the car industry.
The infamous success of the New Yorker all started in Mexico, where Chryslers began to be manufactured, right up until the 1960s. The only competition that outranked the New Yorker in size and price was the Chrysler Imperial.
The original New Yorkers of the 1960’s were manufactured with big-block V8 Fire-Power engine, the first V8s to be produced by Chrysler. Due to this massive engine having hemispherical combustion chambers it used to be referred to as the “Hemi” engine.
The New Yorker was improvised to provide driver’s with a far better airflow and fuel/air mixture ignition.
Features of the Chrysler New Yorker:
- The car features a 2 to 4 door sedan body type
- The car features a rear wheel drive, with a semi automatic 4 speed gearbox
- Contains a petrol engine with displacement
- The car’s characteristic dimensions include an outside length 5505 mm / 216.75 in, wheelbase 3238 mm / 127.5 in
- The car’s shipping weight comes to 1784 kg
The globally recognised New Yorker vehicle is a one of a kind model with a top driving speed recored at 137 km/h.
The legendary New Yorker model is a recognisable and unforgettable classic of the road. With so many infamous features and design elements that are continued into the car models of today. For more on the legendary car brand visit: https://www.chrysler.com.au